Select where you would like to receive your one-time PIN to access your account at this time:
You will need to enter that one-time PIN on the next page to access your account online. You will have the option
to have the system remember this computer or device so you can bypass this process whenever you access your account
from this particular computer or device in the future.
The one-time PIN for this session is valid for only ten minutes. If your one-time PIN expires, you will need to
re-enter your username and password to receive a new PIN.
Enter Your One-Time PIN
Enter the one-time pin that was sent via to .
Remember This Computer / Device?
Would you like this system to remember this computer or device — so you will not need
to enter a one-time PIN the next time you access your account from this particular computer or device?
There is no limit to the number of computers / devices that can be remembered for your account.
To ensure the security of your account, all remembered devices will be forgotten each time you reset your username or your password (via the forgot link only; does not apply if you simply change your password by choice or because it is expiring).
It is mine and secure.
It is public and/or may be used by others.
Computer / Device Remembered
You will no longer be required to enter a one-time PIN each time you enter your username and password
from this particular computer or device.
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Dec 31, 2020
Consolidated Appropriations Act 2021
The new relief stimulus bill provides employers with options to minimize impact to employees related to flexible spending accounts (FSAs), including unused FSA funds. FSAFEDS will review these changes and share more information soon.